Ideas from 'History of the Concept of Time' by Martin Heidegger [1925], by Theme Structure

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1. Philosophy / D. Nature of Philosophy / 4. Aims of Philosophy / d. Philosophy as puzzles
Perhaps the aim of philosophy is to abolish sham problems
16. Persons / D. Self and Body / 3. Cartesian Ego
Certainty that I will die is more basic to my existence than the Cogito
My active existence is defined by being able to say 'I can'